Garden: Fern Leaf Grevilla (Corrigin, Western Australia)

I recently was lucky to come across a fern leaf grevilla with four honey bees gathering pollen from it. I feel the red of the grevillia flower really accented the bees colours. The photo was taken mid morning at Corrigin, Western Australia.

By Claire


Garden: Fern Leaf Grevilla (Corrigin, Western Australia)

May 18, 20100 found this helpful

Those are not honey bees, they're hornets.

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May 21, 20100 found this helpful

No, they are bees. Our hornets have a lot longer body than the bees. They look huge on the flower as I zoomed right in to get them.

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